Happy Easter & Our Video Blog is Back
We want to wish you all a very relaxing and Happy Easter this weekend. Or in the words of Fr. Ekuasi, we'd like to wish you and all your family "a very Blessed and Grace-filled Holy Week! May the new Light of Easter guide us on our journey in the remaining months of this year".
In case you have not noticed, our "VideoBlog" page is back! We've heard that Aunty Visilia has finally bought herself a new webcam. So let's hope she can try it out on our VideoBlog page, where you also can post a one minute video Easter message to the rest of the family during this special holy week. The last time we installed this video blog application, none of you was adventurous enough to even try it! Let's hope that this time the third generation who are better at these things can show us how to do it. For your information, we have made our VideoBlog page accessible only to members so no one else besides family can watch you on it! In case you forgot, here's how to do it. You will find this information also available on our FAQ page.
So long as you have a webcam, you can record a one minute video message on our website without needing to download any software. All you need is a webcam! These days most computers come with a webcam already attached. But even if yours does not have one, you can still buy one for they are actually pretty cheap. After you've "Signed in" as a member, do the following to record your video message on our website:
1. Go to our "VideoBlog" page
2. Click "Record Video"
3. On the screen that pops up, put in a title for your video message and then click "Allow" to access your webcam. Your webcam picture should now appear on your screen
4. Click "Record" and talk to your webcam, you have 60 seconds. Please comb your hair first.
5. Click "Save" and you'll see the words "Your video has been saved. Thank you"
6. Click "Publish" and you're done.
Don't forget that even though you can record no more than one minute at a time, you can record as many video messages as you wish. So that if you don't like what you see on your first recording (say you forgot to comb your hair properly), you can always delete it and record another one. But guys, who's going to break the ice?
A very Happy Easter to you all,